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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Careline Multi-Sticks: Strobe Stick Review

I have always wanted to be a glow girl—a fab lass who blinds people with her shining shimmering highlights. I have never been good with highlighting though, I find it too hard to do and it’s too extreme for my everyday drab. However, Careline, who had always provided us with that fab yet easy and affordable ‘pretty school girl look’ had up their game with the current trend and provided us with their multi-sticks, in which the strobe stick I tried today is included.


The Careline Multi-Sticks costs P199.00
You can purchase it at any drug stores, malls and even convenient stores. If you don’t have the time to go out though, you can purchase through this link and have it delivered straight to your door!

Get lit with the Careline Strobe Stick. Use it on your Cheekbones, cupid bow, and the inner corner of  your eyes and get glowing. Use on your lids for a quick shimmery eye look in the center of your lips for a plumper looking pout.

This is how much you'll get for each stick. 

Talc, Ceresin, Silica, Polybutene, Tridecyl, Trimellitate, Etylhexypalmitate, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Polyethelene, Bis-Diglyceryl, Polyacyladipate-1, Bis-titanium Dioxide, (CI77891), Red Iron Oxide (C177491), Yellow Iron Oxide (CI77492). D&C Red No. 6 (CI5850), Black Iron Oxide (CI77499).

Didn’t read it? Great, because it didn’t make any sense to me either. But I did check and all ingredients are safe and it is DTI and FDA approved. Just check if you are allergic to any of these.


It is not too showy and just right for an everyday look.
The packaging is easy to carry and fits perfectly on my small everyday makeup bag.
It is very affordable.
Does not irritate my skin.

It isn’t long-wearing.
In need of retouching for short periods of time.
I don't know if it's just me but the lid easily comes off. 


Natural light. Too bad the concealer on my undereye ruined it. 
When I’ve heard of Careline’s Multisticks and watched reviews from some of our local Beauty Vloggers, I have always wanted to get my hands on their strobe stick. Highlighting and contouring is definitely my weakest point when it comes to putting on makeup but I wanted to try this one so bad because I thought that if ever I use this one and fail, it wouldn’t be that bad since this highlight is not too much. It took some time before I was able to buy one though; I went to some drug stores in our area and they are always out of stock of Careline Multisticks. It seems that a lot of people are interested in them as well. Fortunately, I was able to find one at our local Watson’s in Antipolo.

I liked how good it looked even with its very affordable price. It is very easy to apply because of its packaging. It gives a natural shimmer and doesn’t leave a sticky feeling. My only issue is that since I have oily skin, it doesn’t last very long on my face even with good primer. I always needed to retouch it after an 2-3 hours or so. But considering its price, it is already very good and is a great competition to other expensive brands offering the same products.


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